Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Meet Suzy Dragnet: Exclusive interview!

Hello. I'm Suzy Dragnet, your resident Dragnet enthusiast and hostess.

I love the color run of Dragnet entirely without irony. 


Jack: Hi, Suzy. I like what you've done with the blog.

Suzy: Thanks, it's been a joy. So nice to be pretend-interviewed by you on the blog today.

JW: What did you study at college? 

SD: I studied architecture, of course.

JW: (Chuckles.) And your favorite architect of all time?

SD: Alvar Aalto, 100%.

JW: Would you know off-hand the color that the human eye can see the most variation in?

SD: Yes, I would. The color green. Human eyes can discern more shades and tints of green than other colors on the spectrum. It's the most maddening color, but it is still my favorite.

JW: You really are a college girl. Now that you are graduated, what is your hobby?

SD: Crochet.

JW: What's next for you? What can we expect?

SD: Anything, really. Who wants coffee?

JW: Any other show you fancy?

JW: Lastly, what inspires you?


  1. I discovered your blog by accident while looking for a specific image of Jack Webb. I immediately devoured all of the posts in order and suddenly I got mad. I mean like really fucking pissed. I had reached the end and there were no new ones left!

    Seriously, love the blog. I thought I was the only one that just studied the crap out of those episodes!


    1. Hi Ken,

      Thanks for the note. The episodes come out every Saturday. I've got over a year's worth of posts on the way!

      I welcome any other feedback that you have. I'm glad you found us!

      Suzy Dragnet

  2. I like that blog, just found it tonight! Liike the way you look, specailly with the glasses! Wondering what you look like with your hair down!!!

  3. Thank you for this amazing blog! I still watch Dragnet everyday on CoziTV.

  4. a dragnet site !!!! more exciting than the episode that took place in joe's ' "pad" with the hibachi. i used to watch them with my dad in their first run, but couldn't really "appreciate" them then . too many things to elaborate on in first post, but i LOVE the stale , stilted nature of the whole ball of wax. i like(d) eero the most since i discovered architecture in the old "world book" encyclopedias in the early 1970's, but i liked all the modern scandinavians that i read about.